1. Computers

    Your company wants to implement a 5-year rotation plan of your computing devices. What percentage of your computer fleet will you have to replace every year in order to achieve this? A. 5 B. 10 C. 20 D. 50 Is the answer C 20
  2. computers

    What percent of my computer fleet will I have to replace every year in order to implement a 5-year rotation plan on my computing device
  3. math

    A new computer software company earns a profit of $245 000 in its first year. The company expects the profit to increase by 15% each year for each subsequent year. (a) What profit can the company expect to earn in its seventh year? (b) Find the total
  4. business

    i need help with this essay can someone help its for paralegal studies introduction to computers. Prepare and submit a proposal to Bill that gives your suggested solution to his business plan. Provide Bill with the details of what he needs to purchase in
  5. corporate finance

    1)You have just turned 30 years old, have just received your MBA, and have accepted your first job. Now you must decide how much money to put into your retirement plan. The plan works as follows: Every dollar in the plan earns 7% per year. You cannot make
  6. linear programming

    Globex Investment Capital Corporation owns six companies that have the following estimated returns (in millions of dollars) if sold in 1 of the next 3 years: Year Sold (estimated return, $1,000,000s) Company 1 2 3 1 $14 $18 $23 2 9 11 15 3 18 23 27 4 16 21
  7. math 3rd part

    b.The company is projecting a 20% growth each year for the next four years. How many technicians should the company’s Human Resource Manager plan to hire in each of the next four years? 1st year: 8 x .2 = 1.6 2nd year: 9.6 x .2 = ? Continue this pattern
  8. math

    The management of a company is negotiating with a union over salary increases for the company's employees for the next 5 years. One plan under consideration gives each worker a bonus of 1200 dollars per year. The company currently employs 1055 workers and
  9. Stats

    3. A mail order magazine service has the exclusive subscription rights to a certain magazine. Subscriptions can be reserved for one, three, four or five years. A study of the subscriber list for other similar magazines reveals that the following
  10. maths, statistics

    The yearly mileage accumulated by an automobile in a large car rental company’s fleet is normal with mean 18000 kilometres and standard deviation 1700 miles. At the end of the year the company sells 80% of its cars, keeping the 20% with the lowest
  11. accounting

    The ABC Company has a policy to capitalize an asset with a threshold of $5,000 per item or a project/program. The ABC Company has an ongoing rolling replacement project/program to replace 20% of all computers annually. In addition, the ABC Company uses
  12. math115

    The management of a company is negotiating with a union over salary increases for the company's employees for the next 5 years. One plan under consideration gives each worker a bonus of 1200 dollars per year. The company currently employs 1055 workers and
  13. MATH!!!

    Supppose you work for a company that has a 401k plan. Your first-year annual salary is $28,200 and you are contributing 10% of your monthly paycheck onto your 401k. Write a rule for the amount of money contributed to the plan after "n" months. Suppose your
  14. Finance

    Your company sponsors a 401(k) plan into which you deposit 12 percent of your $60,000 annual income. Your company matches 50 percent of the first 5 percent of your earnings. You expect the fund to yield 10 percent next year. If you are currently in the 31
  15. math

    The Derr-McGee Manufacturing Company plans to build a new $50,000 warehouse seven years from now. They plan to accumulate the $50,000 in an account before beginning construction. If money is worth 7% compounded annually, how much must each year?s deposit
  16. business

    You have recently learned that the company where you work is being sold for $275,000. The company’s income statement indicates current profits of $10,000 which have yet to be paid out as dividends. Assuming the company will remain a “growing concern”
  17. Math(Pre-algebra)

    Ok, my question is ‘ last year the price of a certian computer was 150$ more than it is now. This year's price is 3/4 of last year's price. How much does the computer cost this year?‘. Can someone explain to me how to create an equation for this?
  18. ACC

    A reason why absorption costing income statements are sometimes difficult for the manager to interpret is that: A)they omit variable expenses entirely in computing net operating income. B)they shift portions of fixed manufacturing overhead from period to
  19. accounting

    4. Suppose a Midwest telephone company and telegraph MTT company bond maturing in one year can be purchased today for $975 assuming that that the bond is held until maturity the investor will receive $1000 principal plus 6 percent interest that is 0.06x $
  20. math - interest rates/annuity

    Plan to save $5000 per year for retirement with first investment made 1 year from now. Plan to earn 10% per year on investments. Plan to retire in 43 years, immediately after making last $5000 investment. a) if, instead, decide to withdraw $300,000 per
  21. math

    the table below shows the number of excellent service award (exsa) given to individuals and companies from 1996 to 1999 Year. Individual award. Company 1996. 935. 32 1997. 1764 40 1998. 1985. 52 1999. 2492. 63 A. Calculate the percentage increase in the
  22. Math

    Suppose that a company guarantees refrigerators and will replace with a new one that breaks while it is under the guarantee. However, the company does not want to replace more than 5% of the refrigerators under the guarantee. For how long should the
  23. Math

    Suppose that a company guarantees refrigerators and will replace with a new one that breaks while it is under the guarantee. However, the company does not want to replace more than 5% of the refrigerators under the guarantee. For how long should the
  24. biology

    Assume that a mature female vegetarian consumed 2 pounds of food daily for one year. At the end of this one year, she weighed ½ pound more than she weighed at the beginning of that year. a. What was the percentage of biomass conversion at this trophic
  25. Math

    As compared to its first year of operation, ABC Company grew 8% in the second year and an additional 2% per year for the next two years. If total growth for years 2-4 was $45,000 over the first year’s sales of $150,000, how much did ABC Company grow in
  26. math

    As compared to its first year of operation, ABC Company grew 8% in the second year and an additional 2% per year for the next two years. If total growth for years 2-4 was $45,000 over the first year’s sales of $150,000, how much did ABC Company grow in
  27. math

    As compared to its first year of operation, ABC Company grew 8% in the second year and an additional 2% per year for the next two years. If total growth for years 2-4 was $45,000 over the first year’s sales of $150,000, how much did ABC Company grow in
  28. maths

    As compared to its first year of operation, ABC Company grew 8% in the second year and an additional 2% per year for the next two years. If total growth for years 2-4 was $45,000 over the first year’s sales of $150,000, how much did ABC Company grow in
  29. finance

    Suppose that you are 25 years old and you have two options to save money for retirement. Plan A allows you to save $3000 per year for the next 20 years, then sit for 20 years and finally draw on it for the following 30 years. Plan B allows you to wait 20
  30. Academic 4-year plan: Zoology

    I want to work in the field of zoology when I get older, and I'm filling out an "academic 4-year plan" our counselors gave to my class to complete and turn in on Monday. The science and math I'm taking this year are physics and geometry. Can you take
  31. HIM occupany percentage

    A total of 76,006 IP service days of care were given at University Hospital during this year. The bed counts changed from a count of 200 at the beginning of the year to 220 on March 15, and then to 230 on July 1. The count was reduced to 210 on November 15
  32. Finance

    Sully Corp. currently has an EPS of $2.14, and the benchmark PE ratio for the company is 20. Earnings are expected to grow at 7.5 percent per year. What is the target stock price in 1 year? Assuming that the company pays no dividends, what is the implied
  33. accounting

    Carlton company had assetsof $280,000 & liabilities of $120,000 at the beginning of the year and assets of $400,000 & liabilities of $140,000 at the end of the year. During the year, the owner invested an additional $40,000 in the business, and the company
  34. economics

    In order to have money for their daughter's college education, a young couple started a savings plan into which they made intermittent deposits. They started the account with a deposit of 128.44 dollars (in year zero) and then added 421.97 dollars in year
  35. Statistics

    Can someone please help me answer these questions? I have tried every method I know and the computer still keeps marking the answers as incorrect. Thanks for the help! 1) If the number of 18-34 year olds sampled is equal to the value identified in part
  36. Math

    The records of a computer retail store show that out of the 25 customers who purchased a desktop computer last month, all but 8 also purchased a service plan that extends the warranty for an extra year. Out of 100 the customers who purchased a notebook
  37. Statistics

    The life of a blood pressure monitor has a normal distribution with an average of 40 years and a standard deviation of one year. What should the warranty be to replace a malfunctioning monitor with - if the company does not want to replace more than 1% of
  38. math

    A real estate company has a fleet of cars. The annual operating cost per car is C = 0.25m + 1300, where m represents the number of miles traveled per year. Find the maximum number of miles that each car can travel per year to yield an operating cost of no
  39. algebra

    Robin bought a computer for $1,250. It will depreciate, or decrease in value, by 10% each year that she owns it. a) Is the sequence formed by the value at the beginning of each year arithmetic, geometric, or neither? Explain. b) Write an explicit formula
  40. Webster University

    Your company is considering buying a company that is forecasted to have earnings as shown below. Assuming these estimates to be perfectly accurate, what is the present value of this stream of earnings? Assume an interest rate of 5.5% Year 1 $50,000 Year 2
  41. fin534

    In order to expand its business, Auto Parts Distributing, Inc., is considering the purchase of four pickup trucks at a total cost of $180,000. The company expects to keep these trucks for four years, then sell them. The company expects these trucks to
  42. math b50

    must answered in sequences/series formulas If the profit earned by a company is $100 in the first year, and doubles each year such that the profit earned in the second year is $200, $400 in the third year and so on. Find the total profit earned by the
  43. computers

    Scenario: You have been employed as the IT Director for the ABC Company. The company comprises 15 employees and it has not upgraded its computer system since 1996. Project: The President of the Company has asked you to replace the computers in every
  44. English

    posted by rfvv yesterday at 3:54pm. 1. I wish for you that, with every year, you achieve all of your dreams. [Is it grammatical? Do we have to delete 'for'?] 2. You’re supposed to let go of the past and start off new. [Do we have to put 'the '
  45. Math calculus 2

    The revenue, in millions of dollars, for a company in year t is given by the function: R(t)=15*e^(0.08*t), 0≤t≤15 and the cost, in millions of dollars, to run the company in year t is approximated by: C(t)=12*e^(−0.04*t), 0≤t≤15 where t is the
  46. Math

    a corporate software development firm has a staff of online support technicians available 24 hours hours a day. they advertise that one of the advantages of using their company is that the ratio of accounts-to-support technicians is 5:1. This year they
  47. math

    On a bar graph the average cost of renting a studio in one city in years 1994 through 1998. The graph goes from 0 to 600. Year 94 is up to 400, year 95 is up to 500, year 96 is up to 500, year 97 is up to 525, and year 98 is up to 550. By what percentage
  48. finance

    Julie's X-Ray Company paid $2.00 per share in common stock dividends last year. The company's policy is to allow its dividend to grow at 5 percent for 4 year and then the rate of growth changes to 3 percent per year from year 5 and on. What is the value of
  49. Maths

    Quarterly changes in population are converted to an annual change by multiplying growth factors. A growth factor = 1 + i where i is the percentage increase given in decimal form. The four quarterly increases in the number of staff employed by a particular
  50. Statistics

    A certian company enjoyed 3.5% profits in year 1 over its revenue in Year 0. In Year 2, it enjoyed 5.75% profits over Year 1. In Year 3, it posted 1.25% profits over Year 2. What single, constant profit over this period of years would have produced the
  51. Math

    calculate the rate percentage per year if $3240 is paid as intrest on 12000 for 2 and a half years. whats percentage pre year?
  52. Qauntitative Analysis for Mgmt

    Your company uses 1,500 per year of a certain subassembly that has an annual holding cost of $45 per unit. Each order placed costs $150. The company operates 300 days per year and has found that an order must be placed with the supplier 6 working days
  53. math

    The price of a computer fell 20% this year. If the computer now costs $550, how much did it cost last year
  54. Financial Management

    Proctor Micro-Computers, Inc. requires $1,200,000 in financing over the next two years. The firm can borrow the funds for two years at 9.5 percent interest per year. Mr. Procter decides to do economic forecasting and determines that if he utilizes
  55. accounting

    Baldwin Products Company anticipates reaching a sales level of $6 million in one year. The company expects net income during the next year to equal $400,000. Over the past several years, the company has been paying $50,000 in dividends to its stockholders.
  56. Business Finance

    Vandalay Industries is considering the purchase of a new machine for the production of latex. Machine A costs $2,190,000 and will last for 7 years. Variable costs are 38 percent of sales, and fixed costs are $122,000 per year. Machine B costs $4,530,000
  57. Finance

    Suppose that a company decides to make an annual gift to fund undergraduate scholarships. The first of these gifts will be given today and it is anticipated that the gifts will continue forever. The nominal discount rate is 8% and the rate of inflation is
  58. math

    The employment percentages for men versus women in a computer company last year were 80% and 40%, respectively. At the beginning of this year, they had 150 men and 60 women currently hired. The owner of the company wishes to check their hiring practices
  59. statistics

    The employment percentages for men versus women in a computer company last year were 80% and 40%, respectively. At the beginning of this year, they had 150 men and 60 women currently hired. The owner of the company wishes to check their hiring practices
  60. statistics help please

    The employment percentages for men versus women in a computer company last year were 80% and 40%, respectively. At the beginning of this year, they had 150 men and 60 women currently hired. The owner of the company wishes to check their hiring practices
  61. math

    As compared to its first year of operation, ABC company grew 8% in the second year and an additional 2% per year for the next two years. If total growth for years 2-4 was $45,000 over the first year’s sales of $150,000, how much did ABC grow in year 2?
  62. msu

    As compared to its first year of operation, ABC company grew 8% in the second year and an additional 2% per year for the next two years. If total growth for years 2-4 was $45,000 over the first year’s sales of $150,000, how much did ABC grow in year 2?
  63. operations management

    A company requires 5,000 units of a product in a single year. It costs them $100 per order for expenses such as transportation and communication. If the product is carried in inventory, the carrying cost equals 1% of the price of the product for every
  64. Java Computer Science

    So in math, a restriction can be set. For example 30<x<60. So I'm trying to do this in a Java else if statement. else if (x>30 && x<60) {, will that do the same thing. Because I did that in my program but I'm getting my desired output twice.
  65. economics

    Explain the effect on a company’s stock price today of the following events, other things held constant. a. the interest rate on the company’s bonds falls. b. Several companies in the same sector announce surprisingly slow sales. c. Changes in the tax
  66. Accounting Theory

    Instructions: The Company has one asset. The asset has a three-year life and two possible payoffs each year: 1) $750 with a probability of 40%, and 2) $100 with a probability of 60%. The company depreciates assets using the straight-line method. Assume the
  67. Stats

    A certian company enjoyed 3.5% profits in year 1 over its revenue in Year 0. In Year 2, it enjoyed 5.75% profits over Year 1. In Year 3, it posted 1.25% profits over Year 2. What single, constant profit over this period of years would have produced the
  68. math

    A small business just leased a new computer and color laser printer for three years. The service contract for the the computer offers unlimited repairs for a fee of $100 a year plus a $25 service charge for each repair needed. The company's research
  69. maths

    On 1 Jan 2007, Peter celebrates his 30 year old birthday. As a birth commitment, Peter joins a 15 year-contribution Annuity Plan. The annual contribution will be fixed at $28,800 for 15 years. The first annual premium is payable on 31 Dec 2007. Peter
  70. Finance

    Sauerfood company has decided to buy a new computer system with an expected life of 3 yrs. the cost is 150,000.the comapny can borrow $150,000 for 3yrs at 10% annual interest or for one yr at 8% annual interest. How much wld sauer save in interest over the
  71. Finance

    National Telephone and Telegraph (NTT) Company common stock currently sells for $60 per share. NTT is expected to pay a $4 dividend during the coming year, and the price of the stock is expected to increase to $65 a year from now. Determine the expected
  72. Statistics

    The records of a computer retail store show that out of the 100 customers who purchased a desktop computer last month, 69 also purchased a service plan that extends the warranty for an extra year. Out of the 25 customers who purchased a notebook computer
  73. inf 103

    Which input/output devices will you be using in the next one to three years as "computing" devices?
  74. finance

    A company began the year with retained earnings of $1,000. Net income for the year was $250, it repaid $350 of its line of credit balance, and it paid dividends to its shareholders of $200. What was the company’s retained earnings at the end of the year?
  75. math

    A shipping company owns a fleet of heavy trucks. If the purchase price of each truck is $245,000 and its value depreciates by 15 percent per year, what is the value of each truck after 4 years? I got $127891.5313. Am i right?
  76. Stats Anyone?

    The first-year retention rate is the percentage of entering freshman at a given college who return to that same college for their sophomore year. Many colleges use the first-year retention rate as one measure of their quality. Suppose that the first-year
  77. corporate finance

    A company began the year with retained earnings of $1,000. Net income for the year was $250, it repaid $350 of its line of credit balance, and it paid dividends to its shareholders of $200. What was the company’s retained earnings at the end of the year?
  78. math

    You are the office manager for Dr. Rogers. The increasing cost of making photocopies is a concern to Dr. Rogers. She wants to examine alternatives to the current financing plan. The office currently leases a copy machine for $110 per month and pays $0.025
  79. accounting

    O'Hara Inc. made sales of $310,000 during 2008, it's first year of operations. Of this, $15,000 remained in accounts receivable at the end of the year. Additionally, the company paid and incurred $270,000 in expenses during the year. The company also
  80. operations management

    Best Wheels Bicycle Company is looking to automate production of a framing component and will need to purchase new frame fabrication machinery. The company has narrowed the selection to 2 machines that have a useful life of 3 years. The company operates 8
  81. Accounting

    During its first year of operations, Maria Rose set up Roseland Inc. and invested $25,000 in the corporation. The company earned $68,000 of revenues and incurred $32,000 of expenses. At the end of the year, the company owed $24,000 to its creditors. A cash
  82. Finance

    You plan to start an elite 2 year MBA program on September 1, 2015. Tuition is $75,000 per year payable on that date, at the beginning of the school year. You expect tuition to increase by 6% in the second year. If the market interest rate is 3% per year,
  83. Principles of Accounting I

    Deliverable Length: 5-10 PowerPoint slides / can include an Excel file for financial analysis Details: Choose a public company in the food industry. Analyze the financial statements and assess whether the financial performance has improved or declined
  84. Math: Personal Finance

    In order to buy a new car, you finance $20,000 with no down payment for a term of five years at an APR (Annual Percentage Rate) of 6%. After you have the car for one year, you are in an accident. No one is injured, but the car is totaled. The insurance
  85. math (please help)

    A company's retained earnings increased $375,000 last year and its assets increased $973,000. The company declared a $79,000 cash dividend during the year. What was last year's net income?
  86. Maths

    A car depreciates in value by 15% for the first year and for each year later by 12% of its value at the beginning of that year. Calculate the percentage decrease in the value of the car after 3 years. Could someone please confirm the answer to be 38.048
  87. St. line depreciation & salvage value

    A used concrete pumping truck can be purchased for 125,000 dollars. The operating cost are expected to be 65,000 dollars at the first year & increase by 5% each yaer thereafter. As a result of the purchase, the company will see in increase in income of
  88. St. line depreciation & salvage value

    A USED CONCRETE PUMPING TRUCK CAN BE PURCHASED FOR 125,000 DOLLARS. THE OPERATING COST ARE EXPECTED TO BE 65,000 DOLLARS AT THE FIRST YEAR & INCREASE BY 5% EACH YAER THEREAFTER. AS A RESULT OF THE PURCHASE, THE COMPANY WILL SEE IN INCREASE IN INCOME OF
  89. Financial Accounting

    Account for warranties. Key Company offers a three-year warranty on its premium door locks. During the year, the company had sales of $100,000. Related to the sales, warranty costs should be approximately $3,000 per year. How much warranty expense related
  90. Math

    Determine the expotential growth equation from the following table? Year 2007: 1.6 million subscribers Year 2008: 2.7 Year 2009: 4.4 Year 2010: 6.4 Year 2011: 8.9 Year 2012: 13.1 Year 2013: 19.3 Year 2014: 28.2 Year 2015: 38.2 Year 2016: 48.7 A. What is
  91. financial management

    The HighT Company is a manufacturer of electronic products. The company is preparing a financial plan for the coming year and has the following independent projects under consideration: Project Initial investment ($ millions) Internal rate of return (%) A
  92. Finance

    You belong to an unusual pension plan because your retirement payments will continue forever (and will go to your descendants after you die). If you will receive $30,000 per year at the end of each year starting 25 years from now, what is the present value
  93. Math

    A car decreases in value by 20% for the first year, and for each later year by 12% of its value at the beginning of that year. Calculate the percentage decrease in the value of the car after 3 years. Answer not 44% if that is what you got.
  94. HIM math

    A total of 76,006 IP service days of care were given at University Hospital during this year. The bed counts changed from a count of 200 at the beginning of the year to 220 on March 15, and then to 230 on July 1. The count was reduced to 210 on November 15
  95. Math

    Suppose the first Friday of a new year is the fourth day of that year. Will the year have 53 Fridays regardless of whether or not it is a leap year? What is a rule that represents the sequence of the days in the year that are Fridays? How many full weeks
  96. finance

    Julie's x-ray company paid $2.00 per share in common stock dividends last year. The company's policy is to allow its divident to grow at 5 percent for 4 years and then the rate of growth changes to 3 percnet per year from year 5 on. What is the value of
  97. accounting

    You need $28,974 at the end of 10 years, and your only investment outlet is an 8 percent long-term certificate of deposit (compounded annually). With the certificate of deposit, you make an initial investment at the beginning of the first year. A. What
  98. math

    You need $28,974 at the end of 10 years, and your only investment outlet is an 8 percent long-term certificate of deposit (compounded annually). With the certificate of deposit, you make an initial investment at the beginning of the first year. A. What
  99. algebra

    A laptop computer is purchased for $5000 . Each year, its value is 70% of its value the year before. After how many years will the laptop computer be worth $300 or less
  100. Urgent math

    A couple needs a mortgage of $300,000. Their mortgage broker presents them with two options: a 30-year mortgage at 8 1/2% interest or a 15-year mortgage at 7 3/4% interest. (Round your answers to the nearest cent.) (a) Find the monthly payment on the